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George Clooney returning to TV with Catch-22 series

The Age Tuesday, 16 January 2018
George Clooney returning to TV with Catch-22 seriesGeorge Clooney is returning to TV, almost 20 years since leaving his breakthrough role in medical drama ER.
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